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How To Classify Pelvic Fractures, Part 2: Tile Classification

How to Classify Pelvic Fractures, Part 2: Tile Classification

Classification of Pelvic Fractures The two most common classifications of pelvic fractures are the Tile Classification and the Young-Burgess Classification. Tile Classification of Pelvic Fractures The Tile classification is based on stability. There are 3 major classifications: A (stable), B (rotationally unstable, vertically stable), and C (rotationally and vertically unstable). Tile A: Stable A1: fracture not involving the ring (avulsion…

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How To Classify Pelvic Fractures, Part 1: Young & Burgess

How to Classify Pelvic Fractures, Part 1: Young & Burgess

Classification of Pelvic Fractures The two most common classifications of pelvic fractures are the Tile Classification and the Young-Burgess Classification. Young and Burgess Classification of Pelvic Fractures The Young and Burgess classification is based on the direction of forces causing the fracture, severity of the injury and the resultant instability. It is based mostly on the initial A-P radiograph. There…

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